Java application deployment
Just prior to JavaOne, TheServerSide spoke with ZeroTurnaround's Simon Maple about all of the things going on with Java SE 9 and the greater Java ecosystem. A couple of interesting articles eluted ...
As every JavaOne conference makes clear, Java is going to be around long after the current crop of attendees has been rendered obsolete.
Be it new tools from Atlassian, or Jenkins upgrades, developers have more options than ever when it comes to Continuous Integration.
The role of the build manager has gone out of style, but in a world of increasingly complicated deployments, maybe it's time time for a resurrection?
Understanding how your customers use your app is critical to improving UX. Web analytics and CSR teams provide great opportunities to gather these insights easily and for low cost.
It's one thing to install Jenkins and boast about being progressive. But is your CI actually leading you to continuous improvement?
A full increment release is usually a big deal. I mean, just recall for a moment all of the hoopla surrounding Java's last full increment release... Actually, there's never been a full increment ...